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government as they eject for the anti-islamic film. >> welcome to "g.m.t.." also the program, after forcibly cussing the bids of army, 16 men and women are convicted of hate crimes in ohio. perhaps this will ease the tension in paris as unveiled dedicated to islamic. it's midday in london. that's where the pakistani government declared a day of love for the prophet in an attempt to urge people to protest peacefully against an anti-islamic film made in the united states. some have ignored the message. there's been clashes after friday prayers in some cities. [applause] >> the government had called the peaceful protest, but here in northwest pakistan, they soon turned violent. these demonstrators attacking a sin mark in a city, setting it on fire. they've already been casualties in clashes where the police with one support reported to have been killed. it was the prime minister and his government who had made friday what they called a special day of love for the prophet muhammad. a chance for the entire nation to protest at what they see as the blasphemous video made in the united states. >> a
the destructive ideology of islam." "they have to arrest this priest" this christian protester said while this woman held a sign that said do you want war with muslims much the embassy knew something was brewing after they were sent parts of the film asking their involvement. the ambassador and most of his staff left the complex ahead of the protests. meanwhile, diane, the american consulate in benghazi, libya was also attacked tonight. that incident believed to have
] this is not the case. [inaudible] to islam and what can be solution to this gap which i think will not be solvent in the upcoming years. we will have -- problems. >> thank you. thank you for this question. first, what are you saying about the muslim hood and what was said was right. that's right. let me finish. he was talking about changing and reforming the individual, the family, and the society and at the end to get the islamic state and this was against the british residence and liberate the country toward the islam state. this is clear. if you look what is happening now within the muslim brotherhood you cannot say it is the same discourse. you can't say this. you might they they are changing words and having the same intelligence but be what was said recently even by mercy he said it clearly it's a [inaudible] no. you have to acknowledge he said it. once again, heim not asking you to trust what they are saying. when you deal with a political movement, you have to understand there are you are dealing with prague pragmatism. no one trust what he was doing. [inaudible] and we will check their b
's leading islamic scholars, tariq ramadan on "islam and the arab awakening." >> if you look at the situation in tunisia and egypt, corruption, poverty, unemployment -- many people who were visiting egypt are dealing with the media saying, there is something not going right. the situation is very bad. we knew something could happen. >> as new census figures show 46,000 americans -- millions of americans are in poverty, we will speak with tavis smiley and cornel west. >> inequality, the top 1% got 93% of income in 2010. income. wealth. that is morally obscene. it is an ethical abomination. >> all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!,", the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. protests are spreading in the middle east over u.s. made film considered blasphemous to islam. earlier today hundreds of yemeni demonstrators stormed the u.s. embassy in sanaa, smashing windows and burning cars before breaking through the compound's main gate. protests have also occurred in other countries including egypt, iraq, iran, tunisia, and bangladesh as well as the gaza strip. in
it was reaction to a film that was blasphemous to islam. >> this is the single deadliest incident connected to that film so far. >> little remains of the car the attacker used tear ran into a small bus on its way to the airport. most of the passengers were pilots for an international air cargo company. >> the foreigners killed in this attack or of russian and south african nationality. >> shortly after the explosion, a radical islamic group claimed responsibility for the attack, saying the bomber was a 20-year- old afghan woman. a spokesperson said the attack was retaliation for the anti- islam video, "innocence of muslims" which portrays the profit, as a womanizer and a child abuser. it has sparked protests across the moslem world and the past week. the death toll has risen to at least 30. >> at least seven soldiers are reported to having been killed after kurdish militants attacked a convoy and turkey. more than 50 people are injured. attackers fired several rockets at the convoy as it traveled in the country's east. the kurdish terrorist group is expected to be behind the attack. >> the
whether the attack was premeditated or sparked by an islam film made in the u.s.. we will have more on the reaction of religious extremists later on in this half hour. and a serious human rights groups report that 54 people have been killed in an air strike in syria -- >> serious human rights groups report that 54 people have been killed in an air strike in syria -- >> syrian human-rights groups. >> trade unions in india called a one-day strike on thursday and brought the country to a standstill with the message "no to walmart." >> the government has designed reforms aimed at extending the stagnating economy, including opening the market to foreign chains. >> they could begin moving in, posing a threat to the small shops that dot india's landscape. >> the shop has been run by the same family for 70 years. you can buy most essentials here and they deliver. small shops are typical in india where there are not many supermarkets. international supermarket chains are keen to open branches in the country. -- open branches in the country. millions of small shopkeepers say that could threat
- islamic video. each of the presidential candidates are promising armageddon if the other wins. but what can each of them achieved? >> this country has become essentially ungovernable, with politics as boyz n. >> we have a special report on the population debate in china. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also around the globe. there were more deadly protests in pakistan today against an anti-islamic some made in america. at least 19 people have been killed and tens of thousands of taken to the streets, burning banks and cinemas and attacking the diplomatic enclave. there were demonstrations in indonesia, iraq, and lebanon. >> in the city of lahore, an ger that could not be contained. it quickly became a day of rage. karachi was closed for business, like the rest of the country. >> we would like to show the world that all muslims are united on this. we are ready to die for the profit. -- for the prophet. >> the deadliest uprisings were in karachi. president obama hoped to prevent all this with an ad broadcast on pakastani tv. he condemned the video and emphasize america's comm
the u.s. is hostile to islam in general, maybe you can conclude that it was the u.s.. the fundamental fact, the assumption of inherent hostility -- in the case of the region's coming out of the hour but spring is we have to focus to the extent we can on the pragmatic issue of the future. whatever past animosity there is toward the u.s., we want them to think not in terms of how do i get back at the u. s? rather what use can i make of the u.s. to do the things i can't do now. to make = egypt -- to the things i can do now like to make egypt a better place. >> i don't disagree that it would be helpful to counter anti-americanism. there are a lot of benefits of that and some of them may be that it would be -- it would take some of the steam out of the terrorist -- the appeal of the terrorist ideology. what i found when i was in the government, repeatedly trying to get other people in the government interested in a serious effort against islamic extremism, one of the things that was generally brought forward by people who were disinclined to do anything in this area was that they would arg
and the role he thinks islam will play in the future of the countries. now on booktv. it's just under an hour. .. >> what are the challenges ahead when it comes to democratization in the middle east in the future. having said that and many this very date where we were thinking about what happened in this country, once again after september 11th but, in fact, much before, but after september 11th we had the perception in connecting islam to violence and to terrorism and violent extremism. it's the right time to speak about not a tiny minority that is killing, but massive demonstrations of people in egypt and tunisia and in syria asking for dignity, justice and freedom. these are also muslims. so it's the right answer to talk about millions as a response to a tiny minority of people that are not representing islam for the great, great, great majority of muslims around the world. so it's also an answer that we have to get from within the muslim countries. having said that, when i started writing the book, i was trying to get a sense of what was happening. and, of course, i started to deal with t
lemon. thank you for joining us. first your headlines. a leading figure from the sunni islam world has called for a calm in the wake of continuing violent protests. he spoke with cnn and called for muslim followers to act more as a prophet muhammad would. >> translator: i was one of the first to warn about the dangers of this film in a statement to the muslim world, i asked people to deal with the situation the way prophet muhammad dealt with issues through patience and wisdom. >> a tragedy unfolding right now on one of the highest mountain peaks in the world. an avalanche has killed at least 11 climbers, and at least a dozen are missing now. this morning, a wall of snow crashed through several of the camps. manaslu is considered one of the most dangerous mountains to navigate. >>> turkey is the most recent victim of spillover fighting from syria. errant artillery rounds landed in a small turkish border town wounding a number of residents. for days now, syria's military and rebels have been fighting for control of the syrian town. >>> the latest viral video, greenday front man having a
right now. >> there are >> he made his film with well-known anti islam and bejeweled. he also have ties to steve klein. the speeds at events that are anti islam. the irony, but don't targeting the profit of one faith is in danger and the people of another. >> the weekend is wrapping up. this is the last official weekend of summer. false starts next saturday. we have fog pushing into the bay. 7:00 a.m. tomorrow, fog will be bayside. up for 70's and low 80s and south san jose, los out as it agrees. the warmest places, medley -- mid-80s in antioch. upper 60s and low 70's by the bay. here is a look at the 7 day around the bay. cooler on tuesday as we get more fog. all the way through this week and into next weekend, temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70's. load-mid '80s inland. get nose and whether any time on comcast channel 193, hour and a 24-7 news channel. >>vicki: the blue angels live, it is part of the fleetweek festivities. we will bring you all the sights and ds, hosted by mark danon and george rask. the blue angels live, saturday october 6th at 3:00 p.m.. mornings after
of the european muslim never talks about the causes behind arab spring and the role he thinks islam will play in the future the country. now a booktv. this is just under an hour. [applause] >> thank you. can you hear me? not really. can you hear me? okay, thank you so much for being here with us this evening, talking about this series pacific topic and complicated issue when it comes to trying to understand what happened and what is happening in the middle east in the north african countries and what is the way forward. the book is not only about understanding what happened but also to think about what are the challenges ahead when it comes to democratization in the middle east and the future. having said that and this very date where we were thinking about what happened in this country, once again after september 11, and that much before but after september 11 we have the perception and connecting islam to violence and terrorism and violent extremism. it is the right time to speak about not the tiny that tiny minority that is killing the massive demonstrations of people in egypt and tunisia
can see it including radical islamic, who in the last few days attacked and murdered people in the name of muhammad, and our motivation is to educate, and not to incite or instigate. >>> and the new iphone, can you take pictures and shoot videos and then when you are done, there are buttons that allow you to tweet it or facebook it or to youtube for the entire world to see. anywhere anywhere at any second is capable of broadcasting something insulting. so my point is you cannot stop the march of time. and i wonder in what century are the protesters living, and then i read an article, internet videos will insult your religion, ignore them and get over it. welcome william. thank you for joining us. it's not just democracy or the u.s. and it's technology, and no matter your religious beliefs you cannot stop progress. >> no, and you just made the point you don't need a broadcast to broadcast hateful speech all around the world, all you need is a video camera and internet connection and literally two people were responsible for creating and disseminating this movie about the isla
and the role he thinks islam will play in the future of the countries involved. this is just under an hour. >> thank you. can you hear me? can you hear me? okay. thank you so much for the invitation here and for being here with us this evening talking about specific topic and complicated issue when it comes to try to understand what is happening in the middle east and african countries and what is the way forward because it is not only about understanding what happened but also the challenges when it comes to democratization in the middle east and the future. having said that, this very date when we were thinking of what was happening in this country once again after said cumberland but even much before but after september 11th we had the perception connecting islam to violence and terrorism and violent extremism. the right time to speak about a tiny minority of these killings, massive demonstrations of people in egypt and tunisia and syria asking for justice and freedom. these are muslims. the right answer to talk about millions as the response to the tiny minority of people who are not r
after the 9/11 attacks, we still have not addressed islamic extremism. this was the focus of a hudson panel discussion. it is an hour and 15 minutes -- 50 minutes. >> good afternoon. i am the president and ceo of the hudson institute. i would like to welcome our audience at the conference center as well as our distinguished panelists on organizing the u.s. government to counter islam extremism. the hudson institute is an international organization founded 51 years ago. and our research seeks to forge ahead is to promote prosperity and freedom. i also want to give a welcome to our viewers and to the folks at home on c-span. i also want to thank c-span for caring this discussion. there is agreement on a bipartisan basis in washington 11 units after 9/11 that the government has yet to figure out an effective way to challenge the ideology that is behind it is comic radicalism and behind terrorism. the fact we have some leading intellectuals here today is emblematic of the magnitude of this problem. the occasion for this event is the rollout of a new and decide to report republished. organ
the anti-islamic film that's been so offensive to muslims. thousands of hezbollah supporters in a lebanon town protested against the film and the leader of lebanon's shiite muslim movement called for a new protest tomorrow. this after other protests broke out in nigeria, bangladesh, and germany. >>> and meanwhile, a leading figure from the sunni islam world has called for calm in the wake of continuing violent protests. ali gomas spoke with elan lee and called for his followers and muslim followers to act more as the prophet muhammad would. ian joins me by phone. he's in cairo, egypt. will this have any impact in lessening the violence? >> don, it definitely will have some impacts on lessening the violence, especially in egypt and the surrounding countries. this is one of the leading figures of sunni islam. his voice does carry quite a bit of weight, but there will be extremist groups who want to exploit this video and political organizations that will want to use it to advance politically. so there are those who are going to still go out despite his maesage of peace, despite his message
apologizing for not protecting the facility. tunisia is a moderate islamic. there are scary characters. next door in libya. a complex terror manhunt is just ging. for - beginning. for the ones who killed the ambassador. ther set to be in libya and traveling to benghazi and marines are already there. and two destroyers will be off of the coast of libya and overhead surveliance drones and aircraft, in fact some of them were shot at yesterday by islamist in the eastern side of the country, a sign of how difficult that manhunt will be. security on shore and the government not necessarily in complete control of the territory. judge? >> i understand that four people are in custody for being involved in the instigation of what happened in libya. do you have anything else on that? >> it happened pretty fast judge andly the government has not specified who they are and what they were involved with. and a lot of people are taking a step back from how serious that is. again, the fbi will go in there and it is not their terrain. and it is it a lot of different characters and it is it a dangerous situati
islamic traditional limits -- traditionalism is not limited to one country. each week, our christian brothers and sisters from nigeria to kenya are being persecuted. when they go to church, they do not know if they will make it home afterwards. now the violence has come to us, the united states. on the anniversary of 911, no less. our libyan ambassador and his courageous the embassy staff lost their lives in a cool, gruesome, intentional terror attack. all the while, the response of this administration has communicated weakness and lack of resolve to the world. [applause] a top official seems incredulously convinced that the only way to curtail this crisis is to put a full frontal attack of the free-speech rights of american citizens. i want to be perfectly clear. this is not just about a movie. this was an intentional act that was done by radical islamists who seek to impose their beliefs on the rest of the world and we will not stand for it. [applause] no one here is suggesting that all muslims are radical. but we should not be ignorant of the objective reality that there is a very
of this is coming from an anti-islamic film made here in the u.s. and it appears there is violence aimed across the country in a big region. we begin tonight with our chief foreign correspondent, richard engel, who is back, where by the way they're reporting 200 injuries today. richard, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian, clashes are still continuing here, even at this late hour near the u.s. embassy, and they were not the only ones in this region. this mess in the middle east is not over yet. the protesters in yemen set out to destroy the american embassy, to punish an insult against islam. protesters climbed the perimeter fence, undeterred by the yemen security forces who tried to keep them back, with water canons the crowds pushed forward, and managed to get inside the embassy parking lot. smashing windows, torching vehicles, using a forklift to do even more damage. this time, the u.s. embassy was prepared, staff was moved to a safe location, nobody was hurt. in cairo, another embassy under siege, but egyptian authorities are finally taking action. riot police battled demonstrato
and their offices and heading out into the streets. protests against an american-made anti-islamic film are spreading. the growing turmoil follows tuesday' attack on a u.s. consulate in libya that killed an ambassador and three other staff. demonstrators in yemen are also targeting american diplomatic missions. they gathered in front of the heavily guarded u.s. embassy in sanaa. they chanted religious slogans. some threw stones at the buildings or attempted to climb over the walls. al arab al arabiya reports a number of people were injured. [ chanting ] protesters have been out in force again in the egyptian capital cairo. they gathered in tahrir square a few hundred meters from the u.s. embassy, which they stormed a couple of days ago. security forces tried to disperse the crowd. demonstrators fought back. health authorities say more than a dozen people were injured. protesters are angry the american-made film ridicules the prophet muhammad and includes scenes of a sexual nature. muslims object to any depiction of muhammad. >>> agents with the u.s. federal bureau of investigation are l
in sudan is the latest target of protesters angry about an anti-islam video. >> in tunisia, at least three people are dead and 28 wounded as protesters attacked the u.s. embassy in the capital tunis. >> the pope brings a message of peace and reconciliation to 11 on, but his visit is also marred by deadly protests. violence is sweeping parts of the mideast in africa as protesters vent their anger over an anti-islam video. now, they are not just aiming their targets at the u.s. >> we go to sudan where thousands of demonstrators stormed the german and british embassies in the capital khartoum. reports says -- say they smashed windows before heading to the u.s. embassy. >> berlin says embassy staff are safe, but there are reports of one death near the u.s. mission. >> we will go live in just a moment, but first, we have this report. >> the violence erupted after friday prayers. an angry crowd stormed the german embassy in khartoum. smoke and flying rocks filled the air. their rage is directed toward germany and the west in general. >> when they insult our beliefs, our religion under the slogan
mention islamic terrorists. perhaps he will refer to this as workplace violence. before the president spoke, the protests in cairo started when a group, reportedly outraged over a low-budget film that insults the prophet mohammed, burned the american flag and replace tuesday with one that is similar to that of al qaeda. 9 1/2 hours straight, the statement and the official position of the government was apologizing to the radicals and it read, quote, from the embationzy, they condemn the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of muslims. feelings being hurt should have been the least of this concern. while the president and hillary clinton want to claim they didn't authorize that statement thappenned under their watch and they should be ashamed. governor romney addressed this pathetic response in jacksonville, florida, earlier today. >> obviously, the administration was wrong to stand by a statement, sympathizing with those who had breached our embassy in egypt, instead of condemning their actions. it is never too early for the united states governme
. the ambassador was trapped here. some people came in, got him out from this window. those protesting the anti-islam movie have stayed outside of the compound during the shootout. theirs was a peaceful demonstration. but looters joined in, ransacked everything and took away whatever they could on their way out. witnesses here say this could have only been a well-planned attack. maybe an act of revenge for the killing of al qaeda's number two, a libyan national, who died in a u.s. drone attack in pakistan a few months ago. >> witnesses say this could have only been a well-planned attack. the attackers arriving in four cars, all at once, flying black flags, heavily armed. also, npr also spoke to a number of witnesses on the scene. people who were in the area that night. here's what she reported a short time ago. she said, "a lot of the witnesses we've spoken to, neighbors, the son of a landlord, a libyan guard who was wounded in the first part of the attack on tuesday night, all say there was no protest at all. they say it began and ended as an organized attack on the consulate." an organized attack.
responsibility for that attack calling it a response to the anti-islam online video. the u.s. military suspending most joint field operations with afghan forces. that after a number of insider attacks by the very men our forces are there to train. afghan soldiers killing 51 nato troops this year alone, more than the past two years combined. meanwhile the united states government backing away from the spontaneous attack description by the administration's spokesmen and spokespersons over the past week about events in libya, events that led to the murder of ambassador christopher stevens and three other americans. fox news has confirmed from an intelligence source on the ground in benghazi that there was no significant or sizable demonstration of any kind in benghazi when the attacks on the consulate were launched. the white house has now apparently decided that the investigation may well lead to a different conclusion than the one the administration has been so certain about for almost a week. >> what i can tell you that we have provided information about what we believe was the precipitating caus
on the internet that enflamed the muslim world. >> you write that filmmaker wanted to prove that islam is a violent religion. especially since most of them had never even seen the video. they're being manipulated in more ways than one here. >> yeah. the manipulateors are on both sides. we have our crazies that want to enflame passions in the muslim world. then we have radical cleric that's are happy to collaborate in this with each side hating the other and trying to insight their populations against each other. >> the next time it will be something else, another video, another cartoon or what have you. william, i want you to listen to this. >> since our founding, the united states has been a nation that respects all faiths. we reject all efforts to denigrate the religion beliefs of others. >> let me state very clearly and i hope it is obvious that the united states government had absolutely nothing to do with this video. >> okay. so that is part of a psa the government spent $70,000 to run on tv in pakistan. not once did they mention free speech. so here's a question by being so sensi
at america over a video mocking islam. i'm wolf blitzer in for piers morgan. there is fear and uncertainty tonight over where this crisis is heading. this map shows the unrest spreading to more than a dozen nations. in sudan, a chilling image on a day where mobs tore into the u.s. and german embassy compounds. tonight the sus sending marines there to reinforce security at the embassy. in pakistan, a disturbing and familiar scene as the crowd burns the american flag. and in tunisia, black smoke rises from the compound. >> and two marines are dead at a military base where prince harry is now stationed as well. back home an emotional service at joint base andrews for the arrival of the bodies of the four americans killed in libya. the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens, information management officer sean smith and security personnel glen doherty and tyrone woods were honored and remembered. president obama spoke about the them, calling them heros who gave their lives for our country. >> they had a mission, and they believed in it. they knew the danger, and they accepted it. they didn't
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